“The Red Trail is flowy and fast. The Green Trail is more scenic.”
— Roy Rovers
It's an easy trail with some obstacles and chicken exits.
Nice singletrack trails with lots of flow. Easy and rideable but still a challenge for more experienced riders.
Need to Know
There are two cafe's with toilets. AquaBest is a large lake for swimming. Once a month, they do trail maintenance, but the trails stay open.
These trails have lots of singletrack trail. The Red Trail
is very flowy and new obstacles and extra trails are being built as we speak. It contains some small drops and jumps. Corners are bermed so you can go fast if you want.
The Green Trail
is longer and easier. It's more about the scenery. Although there are some obstacles built in, like a small rock garden close to the longest descent near the parking area, for the most part, the Green Trail
is an smooth and easy ride.
Both trails are easy to combine, even with other trails around (watch out for the black signs with the international mountain bike sign).
It's also a nice area for walking or trail running and there are two cafe's where you can sit down to eat or drink. Bikers are welcome in bike clothing.